“How to Fall in Love with Anyone” author on the art of intimacy
“Writer Mandy Len Catron’s Modern Love article, “To Fall in Love with Anyone, Do This,” is one of New York Times’ most-read essays. She asked an acquaintance 36 personal questions and stared into his eyes for four minutes. The acquaintance became her boyfriend. Catron joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her first book, “How to Fall in Love with Anyone,” which explores the psychology of relationships and the myths we create about romance.”
Excellent platform to succeed in your relationships. Now, how to execute those great questions is very important, especially, for those who use online dating. Your success rate will depend on how honest you are with yourself and with the other person.
Unfortunately, many online dating users, for example, lie about themselves. Many post old photos to attract. Many seek financial security or a “trophy” partner. If that is what you are seeking, just be honest about your intentions. Actually, those relationships are usually short lived.
For those who are truly seeking lasting romance, as sometimes seen in romantic novels, these questions set forth by Mandy Len Catron are wonderful.
I think by implementing Personal Revolution Therapy techniques with these suggested questions can provide a powerful tool to ready improve your established relationships or set a solid foundation to a healthy marriage or lasting loving relationship.
Dr. James Triana